The program, in its sixth year, encourages families to eat more nutritious lunches and make healthy choices as they head back to school. This year, the program’s health-conscious brand partners have committed to providing 180,000* meals to Feeding America’s programs that impact families and children.
I can't be the only one who's dropped $40 at Chipotle, or hit up a convenience store during a road trip and come out with $37 in Corn Nuts, pork rinds and maybe a tiny cup of cantaloupe, right?
n an effort to shine a light on the health benefits of nutrient-dense foods, Produce for Kids is teaming up with Jessica DeLuise, PA-C, CCMS, a physician assistant, culinary medicine specialist and author of EatYourWayToWellness.com in the new series, Food Rx.
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I went to the store at least six times in a week and STILL struggled to put together dinner every single night.
Produce for Kids is on a Mission for Nutrition, and is enlisting more than 400 retail dietitians to support it.
Food waste is dollar waste, and nobody wants that.